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FOX News
Mar 10, 2013 11:00am PDT
current law and that is not going to change and we propose progrowth tax reform and we think with the current revenue lien w line wed have a system to bring all rates down. good for economic growth and creation and taxpayers by having less loopholes. stop picking winners and losers. those things are still achievable and we achieve that in the budget and do reflect the realities that you just mentioned. >> chris: in the last budget you cut spending $5 trillion over ten years. how much do you cut spending in the new budget? >> basically the same. $5 trillion. instead of growing spending at 4.9% a year which is the average under the current path we are on we grow spending at 3.4% each year over the next decade and gets us on the path to balance and the result is about a $5 trillion spending cuts. >> chris: cuts in the rate of growth not actual absolute cuts. >> we will grow spending on average 3.4% a year instead of growing it on average 4.9% a year which is the path we are on which takes us away from ever balancing the budget which produces a debt crisis. that is the problem. the presid
FOX News
Mar 3, 2013 9:00pm PST
daughters in law and 20 grand children. that is our life. that is who we are. >> chris: but is it tough when suddenly the secret service? >> it is different but it is like riding on a rollercoaster. exciting and thrilling ups and downs but then the ride ends and we get off. can't we be on a rollercoaster the rest of our lives? it is like no, the ride is over. >> chris: let me ask you about the months from november until now. were there tears? >> oh, for me, yeah. i cried. when you pour that much of your life and energy and passion into something and you are disappointed by the outcome it is very -- it is sad. it is very hard. >> chris: governor, second is greg? anger? depression? >> no, you look back at campaign and say what did the president do well and you acknowledge that h his campaign did a number of things very effectively. of course, you rehearse all of the mistakes that you you made. and i went through a number of my mistakes i'm sure and then you think about the things that were out of our control. but you move on. i mean i don't spend my life looking back. it is like oka
FOX
Mar 3, 2013 10:00am PST
other, five sons, five daughters in law and 20 grandchildren -- >> isn't it tough when suddenly the secret service -- >> it is different, but riding on a rollercoaster. we were on a rollercoaster, exciting and thrilling, ups and downs but the ride ends and you get off and it is not like, can't we be on a rollercoaster the rest of our lives? no, the ride is over. >> chris: let me ask you about the months from november until now. were there tears? >> for me, yeah. i cried. when you pour that much of your life and energy and passion into something, and you are disappointed by the outcome it is bad. it is very hard. >> chris: governor, second-guessing? anger? depression? >> no. you look back at the campaign and say, okay. what did the president do well and you acknowledge his campaign did a number of things, very effectively and of course you rehearse all the mistakes you made and i went through a number of my mistakes and you think of the things out of our control but you move on. i mean, i don't spend my life looking back, it is like, okay, what will we do next. >> chris: we began to
FOX
Mar 10, 2013 10:00am PDT
of the medicare trust fund and we don't want to refight the fiscal cliff. it is current law and will not change and we also propose pro growth tax reform which we think with the currents revenue line we can have a very pro-growth tax reform system to bring all rates down, good for economic growth and good for job creation and hard working taxpayers, by having less loopholes in the tax code, no more crony politics and stop picking winners and losers and pro-growth tax reforms, those things are achievable and we achieve it in the budget and reflect those realities you mentioned. >> chris: in your last budget you cut spending $5 trillion over ten years. how much do you cut spending in this new budget. >> basically the same. about $5 trillion. instead of growing spending at 4.9% a year, which is the average under the current path we're on, we grow spending at 3.4%, each year, over the next decade and it gets us on a path to billions and results in a $5 trillion spending cut. >> chris: when you talk about cuts, you talk about cuts in the rate of growth, not actual, absolute cuts? >> exact
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